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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ALMUTA, MONDAY, NOVCMtf R D, the QbMUM of or- IroKbte with coal in SMkatcfetvau it that hold off thair uatil winter is at hand. Tfea uittec tbec do ttevt demand and cannot supply the ears. Or- Con mutt come in earlier and ship- mutt be itome mouths the cold' in if coal are to be avoided. TW Vt nhould 45 a tribute to fof mtmroejty. Mr E. -T, ''.Gait, il for no other ago would had.to put itis hands Into sury _ and aiui a public, had "it. not for provision of such an institu tiou ;by family, and A nave tf< Disuse COMES ON QUIETLY. o( hady aud vwgk troubled Me Ktad of KLidbwy (jowpWufc, bufc it. .Jtauy fur ineiti of aad B. 4 I. Co, White this city aud the have contributed in rec to themaintenance of the Gait hospital the principal contribut have Gait family and A R- 4 II. Co. toumted. by parties, without cost to thift city. -v The is now aflo'rded thk dty to one of the best hospitals in West by voting j for. the bylfiw to raise 000 rand guarantee an annual coetri- butioa.of at least towards thc maintenance of the institution. Al- oagMda pL this sum. Mr. Gait puts another out of his as a-.fUt.- .This wUl enable lie said the lid should be lifted frorV, of and Caiials, Kubiic Works and In terior, and he intimated that if thin were doae a state of irraft would be disclosed that would shock the pub He, arc the sentiments of E. B M. P. That gen- leman will uuie such ijisiuuatious tu and out of the House of Commons but he will not dare to make a t[ reel charge. That has ami ever will be the tactics of tlw Conservatives. 1 The Toronto points out that the Scot still holds his own among the -Sassenach. Tho new archbishop of York, like his predecessor, Arch- bishop Maclagiuj, is of Scottish Pres- byterian stock, his father being Prin- cipal J. Marshall Lang of Aberdeen University, who was-, successor to No rman Macteod i n" t he Barony. Church, Glasgow, and successor to the lato Principal, Caveu iu Pres- idency of Alliance of PresbyteHan and Keformed Churches of the World. The new Archbishop is a nephew ot :he late :Jtev. Gavin Lanp, who was 'or, years minister of the Church of Scotland, in Montreal. takUa, duiurbauoM of tlw urinwv Mch M brick dtirt in tao uriae, ootowl o tioa, immioi whaa ar ia Da 'not 'neglect 'any 'of Bvt r, if wiU for, if BC w a to DU On aif a of wrong KidiMy PilU They go to of trouble, and to alUr blood properly tod flatk off all tha impurities which kkltwr MiM AlWrtka B. Oot I WM trouhlel with (oe my luck torrjbte VM to J night MM! tried without auy benottt MeantuMa friiiid iae t-Hry KulrMy Pilli, I got four bjses mid they oocipkUly 1 uow feel wel M r and would frotu Kidtvey IKMaae to try theia." 50 p3r box, or S for ft. a) or T. Uilburn Co., Liotited, Toronto, Oot. ofdtrinjj y ON TRACK TODAY Tk tatfey Ce. ltd. by moat substantial tal to be built, needs of the sick and. injured of this and modern hospi- providing for the city and district to come.. for a good many The defeat of the bylaw might mean that the city would have to under take the establishment of a city, hos- pital without any private aid for th present Gait hospital is totally inad equate -m size and conveniences to meet tho growing- demands. A larg- er building is i necessity. Mr. Gait's offer opens- the -way to secure it with little expenditure part of the city, -'what would be required if the establishment of a "city hospital pure and simple was to be undertaken. One-thing is certain that the. de- feat of this bylaw would indicate -td Mr'. Gait that his. gift, was not appre- ciated by the city and naturally- he would not be expected to repeat the offer. In. .casting ...their ballots citi- zens must keep ,that fact in.mind. If they do the Herald has no hesitation in saving that the bylaw will be un- animously adopted. At a reception held in a great hall ia England.some years ago Mr. and Mrs. Gladstone were honored guesta During the evening it that Mr. Gladstone was fu a.gallery direct ly above the place in the parquet where Mrs. Gladstone was chatting with some "in the course of their conversation a question, arose which the ladies could not settle sat- isfactority. Finally one saidc there is One above who knows all things, and some day He will make all things plain to us." replied Mrs. Gladstone, "William will be down in a minute, and he will tell us all. about London RECORD TRIP (Calgary A lertau.) From Liverpool to freight in. 21. days. This is a remarkable record. But L. T. Mewburn Co., had on their switch yesterday a car ot beans, also a car of biscuits from Carr A Co., Carlisle, bothrof which left Liverpool in the Empress of "Ireland, via Que- bec, the bills of-lading being dated October 30 at Liverpool. Had these cars been shipped via New York the delay in the latter placeMor customs clearing and such like would have been one week or tea days.. This is a great record for the C. P. R as the. goods were never out- side of the C. P. R. lines, and show thai-the .C. P. R. are master hands at handling ocean freights. New SUck Of ml MiiMs German The Shoenaa Weiuivojcwt received a car- load o! Fir Doors and Stave Columns direct -from-.the- Coast, aod now the largest and nuest stock of plain and fancy fir doors in Southern Alberta. 1 he South Alberta lumber Co. Ltd. Corner t ler Ford JistSoithofttefllisoilill PUe225 i.O.B.ioS4 PROFESSIONAL CAR] Between Sage's and Roy's S FAREWELL PARTY ORGANIZERS AT WORK Two (Feniie Ledger.) new locals have been orsan- THE NECESSITY OF TION COMPETI- Alberta needs more railways. .No one acquainted with conditions will dispute that fact. The Calgary Her- ald has a. pet idea of its own about this matter and has been parading it for some months. It has gathered a lot. of valuable information too. But tho Calgary newspaper goes so ued in District tfo. 18 TJ. M. W. of A. this week, oue at Corbin, B.C., with upwards of sixty-eight members, that was organized by Mr. Thomas James, and one at Passburg, Alta., near Bellevue with a membership of twen- ty. This is a good sign and speaks well for the energy of the district of- ficials. J. A. Macdonald organized the local at Pasaburg. The district uow has over in-its ranks and all members are in good standing. (Cardston Star.) A farewell party was tendered Mr. nd Mrs. Robt. I bey at the residence Mrs. C. E. Snow on Wednesday vening. The house was crowded ith Cardstou's best and a very en- oyable evening was spent. The pro- gram consisted of speech-making, inging and recitations. As a token f esteem ia which "they are held by he people of Cardston, a beautiful et of books were presented Mr. and Mrs. Ibey. After the serving of a sumptuous epast the party dispersed. Mr. and Mrs.- Ibey will hereafter reside at Taber, Alta. A KNOCK FROM FERN1E (Fernie Ledger.) There are a queer lot of people down at Lethbridge calling themsclv j ea the Independent Labor Party o far as to Boards-of Trades to Lethbridge-whatever that means bold meetings with speakers sent by Most o{ them dther LiberaJ 0 the paper to enlighten the people on railway matters there is reason to conjecture that the Herald is out for glory for itself first and for railroads second. People in many parts of the pro- vince are isolated and demand and must have railroads. The existhig roads do not seem to be eager to build branch lines. They want to sec a gold mine of receipts ahead before contest. Tory heelers; they huve chosen Don aid McNab as their candidate, and expect the Socialists to take th stump for them. We are sorry fo McNab who is an honest Scotchman with a big family, and whose chie fault is that he is a Liberal of th Simmons school. However he h: the s-mng grace of belonging to th U. if. W. of A. and there may bfi n ftbHtss to's luctan NOVEMBEB 21 at the HUB CAFE Cream of Tomato Roast Chicken Mashed Potatoes String Beans Trifle We have the teams and we're hero to do the business flnjiig 4 CdBtriitSflrt of all kiuds promptly attended to i. You will do well to get our k prices before placing your orders <-lsewhere ftayr Transfer Co. H. Hayr and W. G. Hole, Props. PHONE ISO WILL RESIDE IN LETHBRIDGE (Cardston Star.) Dr. J. E. Loveriug who has been ocaied in Cardston for the-past few months, left yesterday for Lethbridge, where he will commence a practice. During his brief stay here the doctor gained many friends who will regret to learn of his departure from Card- ston. His office will be located in .the Odd Fellows Block where he will always be pleased to meet his friends, both professionally and otherwise. Dr. Levering was well pleased with Cardston, but as two doctors were already here and a good open- ing was presenting itself in Leth- bridge, he .thought it best to locate there. Fresh Oysters At the Ma Restaurant Sho31 Orders at all Hours Oliver Block Phone 22S Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office 'ujyposito Balmoral PH ONE 63 ND CANADIANS TO THE FRONT they build. What we require moat is a competitive rood, a road that will to reduce freight rates just ai the entrance of the C.N.R. Ed- monton made the C.F.R. cut both its freight und passenger rates. The government can soivc this problem arid we believe it will do so. What it could do would to encou- the If the Socialist party contests Leth- bridge riding. McNab will lose his deposit. AS VIEWED IN TABER It only (Taber Free Press.) That early closing by-law in Lclh-j bridge does not seem to very general (Ottawa Free Press.) s interesting to be told th-it the two life insurance companies doinp: business in the Far East, were founded by Canadians the China Mutual of Shanghai by Mr. J. A. Wattie_of Valleyfield, Que., former- ly with the Sun Life, and the Singa- pore Life by Mr. W. J. Fair, former- i ly of Kingston, who went to China To dine once at our cafe invariably means that you will become a regular pat- ron. We have the most extensive menu in the city ban! Rate, ptr per week Meal Ticket Chow Sam Co. McKelvie McGuire's Old Stand SHORT ORDERS AT Mi HOURS I am really too busy to write advertisements, and after all this store is its own ad. Everybody tells everybody else what bargains they can secure and what a t! nice yopng feller I am (Tut Frank Waddington TF.LEIPHONE: 2ei 410 ROUND STREET meet with 'It looks! rage, with a Ruarantee of bonds, construction of a railroad from ihcj somewhat like a piece of nonsensical northern part of the province to thej legislation. south providing all the country cast of the C. E. with railroad facil-! TORONTO WON ities, TVhat wonderful development! Ottawa, Nov. would follow thc building of such aUity won th road from say Athabasca njonship her gh Lethbridge to the (Kingston) twelve to nothing.] boundary-. Thc govern-j At time thc score was four to ment should moke such a road victor- play Hamilton' feature of a progressive railway nol- next Saturday for the Dominion icy and we are confident that it has such action in view. Tho Calgary Herald in its railway campaign has not announced any pol- icy. It has not offered any solution! oT the conditions existing. We all i realize the needs of railways. What we most require is the means of pro- viding'the transportation facilities so badly ncedfxl. The Alberta govern-5 roent offer solution nnri we! believe that it will. i L. M. JOHNSVONE Barrister end OfBce idjoininf Union Bank, Leihbridfe JS-lyr WHEN YOU WANT Good Meals AND Clean Rooms In Grassy Lake go to MAH TOY YAH RESTAURANT Grassy Laka Alta. championahip. OUR POINT OF VIEW One new railroad rynning soutk in this province would serve present Some Saskatchewan towns are wor- j ried over a coal shortage and seem to be in doubt as to the cause of it. As Is well kiiown the mines at Tabsr were closed the frrcater part of the arid the mine at Lethbridge Christmas Numbers of Graphic Holly Leaves Illustrated London News With premium suitable for framing IiijCI TR flCTME HMEi I C. P. R. HAD TO WHACK UP j j Orangevillo, Nov. jury, af-j tor lour hours' deliberation, return-1 i ed a unanimous verdict in favour of! Umver-j-Mahland K. Stewart for The! chain-j other cases were settled as -J. Toronto. 250; W. R. Kent, OrangeviHe. James Russell. Dundalk, Miss! Lillian Corby, Molancthon, Miss Annette Stewart, Markdalf, Stewart claimed dam-1 from ihe C. P. R. for injuries j arising out the Caledon wreck at thc Horseshoe Curve on September 3. 1907. CHARLEY MEEGAN HAPPY NOW Hamilton, Nov. Hamilton Tigers, champions of thc inter-pro- ,vincial union, outclassed Toronto j winners of the Ontario Rugby union. Scoro 31 to 3, Salt Isiph. DUTY ON WOOL ike City, NTov. j-tiil r duty on wool is tho d-emarKi n mass mwtinR of Utah wool growers at, the Salt Commercial club rooms todav. Don't forget the Leap Year dance at the Bijou next Wednesday night, Nov. 25th. S The Mberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET lots tortt Bt tte Eailnrt ant West of Westminster H. FROM A EACH Also a tew Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each Qnc-tliircl (j balance 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annum Item IMny Mi Irrifitiii d., (Uri Uta. 10 iu Frail iu B.C. to trade or tell farms to tell on crop payment pUu Lethbridge Property we either buy or sell UbertiteattjCa MKl UttfeMy 50 HEAD OF Heavy Hares and Geldings Tt be Seti tt Gty Hirlet OR. W. QALBRAITH Office 9U Eedpath Si Pbona HOURS: Before 9 a.m., 2-3; 7 3 p. DR. O. J. OOUHTiCE Giaduate of Northwestern Onli 111. Office 9 (o IS; 1 to 6. I and 2, Macdonald Block DR. J. B. ELLIS DENTIST Reserve Uciyi iity, Cleveland Ohio. OFFICE-WHITNEY BLOCK Phone 307 Houri: 9-12; 1- RODGERS 4 YOUNG Sale Stables Wood St. MADAM Teacher of pianoforte, argan ant foice production, Visits or prepan tory or advanced. Coacbiof for Howard Crabh MR. ERNEST F. LAYTON, ViolinUt, Pupil of Geo. Wilbey, London, Eng.J and of'Frank E. Blachford, Toronto.! is open for a limited nuHiber oil Pupils. Also for At HomeJ Banquets, etc. Terms on application] Phone 212. MAKES WARM HOUSE WITH NO PLASTER Costs 75 Per Cent Less Requires no expensive biber YOU Can Put It On Write For Free Sample and instructions forapplying, sending name of dealer to SOl_E AGENTS MAN. For sale locally by all lumber dealers MR. ALBERT ELY Pupii of Dr. Erlggs, M. Singing and Voice Culture. Pupil of Chas. Hancock, Esq., F.R. C.O., Organ, and Theory, Votet Culture, Organ, Harmony and Theory, Song Singing Open for Concerts, Banquets, Re- citals, Etc. Terms on Application. Box 680 Lethbridge, HAMILTON YOUNG ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS -Room Block. C.F.P.Conybeare, B. Morton Jontk, K.C.. D.C.L. B.C.L. CONYBEARE JONES BARRISTERS, SOLITITORS, ETC. Offices: Conybeare Block, LethSrFdge, W. C. SIMMONS Barritter, Etc. Office: Soiuhard Block. ADO (SON SON Funeral .nd 321 Crabb St. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Office and Residence Phone 10J B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Scorn I Whitney Black. CANADIAN PACIFIC ANNUAL. EXCURSIONS -------TO------ A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Macdonald Block. Radpath StrMt y.s. POINTS A. F, A M., Q. R. A. Regular meeting the" thirrt Thursday of each month in Masonic Hall, P. O. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will always receive a hearty welcome. A.C.ME8SER. G.V.8TORKEY, w- M- Secretary. P. O. Box W LOW ROUNB TRIP RATES to St. Paul and Minneapolis. Minn.; Jtilwaukee, Wis.; Chicago, Coun- cil Bluffs, DCS Moines, Marshall- town, Cedar Rapids, Waterloo, Sioux City, Fort Dodge, Dubuque and Wa- terloo. Ta.; Omaha, Neb.; Kansas City. St. Joseph and St. Louis, Mo. Tickets on sale dally DEC. 1-to 31, INCLUSIVE pood to re-turn with 171 three months. .Apply to nearest C. P. Ry. Agent for information. CANADIAN 1st and 3rd M o n d aya in K. of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are invited. S. O. DAVIES, W.P 24-ly T J. WHITE, W. S EASTERN CANADA EXCURSIONS LETHBRIDGE LOUut MO. 36 C. 8. P. O. E. Meets on the second Tuesday o! each month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. flIIARMAN, M. PRTE8T, E. R- Secretary. Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293 Low Round Trip Sates to ONTARIO, QUEBEC AND MARITIME PROVINCES Tickets on snle Dec. 1 to Dec. 31, in elusive, good to return within three months. Tickets issued in connection Atlantic Steamship Bvisiness will be on sale from Nov. 21, apd limited to five months from date of issue. Equipment. Standard First- class Sleeping and Tourist Cars on all Through Trains 2 Through Express Trains Daily Meet in tbo Knigtti evcrj first ami tlurd Thursday sn at 8 p.m. Visiting {.rsthn-n always wcl come. falter Applcbj, Ftf4 T. W. But 67. THE 'TORONTO EXPRESS" Leaves Winnipeg daily at 22.10, mak- ing connect'ona at Toronto for all points cast west thereof. Apply to nearest G.P.R. Agent for full information. NORTH-WEYr ASSOCIATION Of STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall rrevy and and fourth Mondaii in moutfa. Eraplryers requiriof certificated en ginecra, and enf ineen out of employ- ment, do well to commucictte with M. ROBERT NEVTN, Chki W. A. D1CK8ON, Secretary. 44-lyrd-w ;